PSA - VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD


NASSAU COUNTY VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD
John A. Crawford, Clerk to the VAB
The Value Adjustment Board (VAB) provides an independent forum for property owners to appeal their property value or denial of an exemption, classification or tax deferral.
You may request a meeting with the property appraiser and/or file a petition with the VAB to appeal: (1) Assessment of your property’s value; (2) Denial or late filing of an exemption or classification; (3) Denial of a tax deferral; or (4) Portability decision.
Further information and petition forms may be obtained at www.nassauclerk.com. Look under “Departments” and click on “Value Adjustment Board.” Look for “VAB General Information and Important Notes.”
For convenience of online filing of value petitions, the VAB Clerk has implemented a software program which will be activated upon the Property Appraiser’s mailing of the Truth in Millage (TRIM) notices to taxpayers, currently scheduled for August 17. Petitions related to valuation issues may be filed at any time during the taxable year on or before the 25th day following the mailing of the TRIM notice. Based on the TRIM notice mailing on August 17, the deadline to file a timely petition to the VAB is September 11, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. in the Clerk’s office or midnight if filing online.
For more details, there is also a link from the Clerk’s website to the Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) Taxpayer Oversight Program website.
In addition to the website, forms may be obtained at the Property Appraiser’s office or the Robert M. Foster Justice Center, Clerk Services/BOCC Department, 76347 Veterans Way, Suite 456, Yulee, Florida 32097, (904)548-4663, vab@nassauclerk.com; or Nassau County Historic Courthouse, 416 Centre Street, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034.

CONTACT INFORMATION

(904)548-4663

 

ROBERT M. FOSTER JUSTICE CENTER


76347 Veterans Way
Yulee, Florida 32097

HISTORIC COURTHOUSE


416 Centre Street
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034

HOURS OF OPERATION


8:30-5:00, Monday - Friday
( Excluding Holidays )

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